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gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 15:00 | Quote
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E--------
B---------
G--2-------
D--2---------
A---3------
E---3-----------

is this a c6 c13 or c(add6)

idk.what would you call it,or am.i completely off.all suggestions are welcome.

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MoshZilla1016  
6 Apr 2011 15:21 | Quote
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C6= 5 1 3 6
Am7= 7 b3 5 1
gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 15:38 | Quote
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aye,thanks mosh,quick question,what not would i add to.make it a 13th chord?
MoshZilla1016  
6 Apr 2011 15:59 | Quote
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From that position it would be hard. A 13 chord uses the formula 1 3 5 b7 9 11 13. Since this is a 7 note chord it can not be done on a 6 string. Most will omit the 11. From the root you are using,3rd fret A string, this would be the one I would use...


e----5---
B----3---
G----3---
D----2---
A----3---
E--------

1 3 b7 9 13 (NO 5th) Mixolydian plays well over this
You may find THIS interesting ;)
gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 16:22 | Quote
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so a the formula i could use for a 13th chord in any key would.be

1-3-5-b7-9-13
BodomBeachTerror  
6 Apr 2011 16:26 | Quote
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or if you want just the 13th note in the chord you could try an add13. depends on what you wanna do
gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 16:29 | Quote
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would all thes be accetable c13 chords?


E---|-5--8------
B--1|-5--10---10----
G--2|-7---9---9----
D--2|-8---8---8-----
A--1|-------------
E---|-8-------8-----
gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 16:43 | Quote
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@bbt that might help l8r on,thnaks
MoshZilla1016  
6 Apr 2011 17:41 | Quote
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@gs I play in church so I have a bass, piano, organ and keyboard playing along. I let those guys hold down the bass notes and I will play just the higher strings just to fill in. A13=


--7
--7
--6
--5
---
---

7 3 13 9 or for a full sound


--5
--7
--3
--5
--7
--5

1 5 7 3 13 5 (NO 9)
And yes all of the forms above could be used.
gshredder2112  
6 Apr 2011 18:01 | Quote
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@mosh i see,you play have of the seven notes in a 13th chord,while the bass and keys play the other half.very cool indeed,thanks for the help brother.

gs2112


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